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School Climate & Safety After the Nashville Shooting, School Safety Proposals Echo Past Efforts
State and federal lawmakers have proposed increasing school police and arming teachers in response to a shooting at a private school.
School Climate & Safety What the Tragedy in Nashville Reveals About School Safety
A rapid response, security measures in the building, and warning signs before the attack offer lessons on safety.
School Climate & Safety What We Know About the Nashville School Shooting Victims
The Nashville community mourned the loss of three children and three adults after a shooter attacked The Covenant School.
School Climate & Safety 3 Students, 3 Staff Dead in Shooting at Private Elementary School in Nashville
The attack at The Covenant School was the 13th school shooting this year that resulted in injuries or deaths.
States Here's How 4 States Spent Their ESSER Money
The Council of Chief State School Officers highlighted how state education agencies have used federal pandemic aid.
Reading & Literacy Opinion How to Make the Science of Reading Work for Teachers
One state took a different path with good initial results, writes a state chief academic officer.
Reading & Literacy This District Made Writing an Integral Part of Its Teaching, and It's Paying Off
Curriculum leaders in Sumner County, Tenn., say students' test scores and confidence have been on the rise.
Student Well-Being Video ‘I Wished I Could Help Tyre’: Memphis 2nd Graders Use Art, Expression to Foster Change
One Memphis teacher is using art to help her 2nd graders process, heal, and grow in the wake of Tyre Nichols' death.
Reading & Literacy Q&A How One District Found Success by Overhauling Writing Instruction
The district anchored its new approach to writing in rich content linked to its new English/language arts curriculum.
Equity & Diversity Educators' Opposition to Censorship Comes at a Big Personal Cost
A Tennessee teacher and a Louisiana librarian discuss their very public battles against book bans or restrictions on teaching about racism.
English-Language Learners 4 Ways to Build Social-Emotional Skills for English Learners
Teaching students how to master a second language and develop SEL skills at the same time is challenging.
School & District Management Worries About Spot Fuel Shortages Keep Districts on Edge
High fuel prices and broader inflation are putting the squeeze on K-12 transportation—particularly in rural areas.
Teaching Profession In Their Own Words From Hospice Work to 1st Grade: One Teacher's Career-Changing Journey
A 1st grade teacher in Tennessee shares her journey into the classroom through an apprenticeship model, and the joys and challenges so far.